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Hello15 platinum 9inch on 20x14

Hi need some help I'm getting a 9 inch lift on my truck with some 20x14 wheels I was told to get steering stabilizer's and I've been told that I don't need them I'm looking for more opinions on this subject. This is the 1st time I have a 4x4 I've always had sports cars need help
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Well not to push you away from that setup which will be badass but I'm having bad vibrations and steering shimmy with a 6" and 20x12s -44 and still haven't figured it out yet.. I'm sure you could fab or have somone fab up a stabilizer though but might need knuckles that work with a stabilizer
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Also if you need a stabilizer because you are having vibration issues it might help or fix the shimmy in the steering wheel but it's just masking the real problem and not fixing it. You need good tires, true wheels and a really good place that knows how to balance aftermarket wheels and tires for tundras.. Need to be road force load balanced..
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